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With 1,220 scenic acres to enjoy and explore, Lake Wister State Park offers 15 lakeview or parkview cabins open 7 days a week, year-round. Indoor amenities include Air Conditioning, Coffee Maker, Color TV for your VCR, Cooking Utensils, Fireplace, Kitchen, Linens Provided, Movie Rental, Private Bathroom, Refrigerator, and Rollaway Bed. Pets are allowed in some cabins.
Cabins range from $53 per night for a one bedroom. The Parkview cabin (sleeps 4) is $63. Lakeview cabins are $78 for a two bedroom (sleeps 4).
2 cabins have accessible entrances to the front door and restroom.
Groups will find 6 fully equipped bunkhouses in a group camp facility that sleeps 96 people and has a full kitchen and dining hall.
Park Permit Required Hours:
Open Year Round Address:
2 miles S of Wister, Hwy 270 Phone:
918-655-7212 Our Email: email@example.com
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